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see real experiments in this country. 16 airports have privatized security. including san francisco and a study was done comparing san francisco to los angeles and san francisco even though it's a private contractor, the agents are trained like they are for regular tsa. 65% more productive than in los angeles. they have more flexibility though the pay and the benefits are the same. it works. >> rick, let me put it to you this way. is it possible that privatization could be worse than what we have now? >> probably not. to steve's point he is right. the statistics between san francisco and l.a., san francisco did great. however, so you understand the full story, there are other airports that tried where it didn't come out any worse but not so good. look, if you look into what a lot of the aviation experts have to say, basically what they tell us is it's a nicer wrapper around the same product. you still have government supervisors, identical technology, identical procedures, they don't seem to think it's going to save us that much money. so, just a question of whose pocket the paychec
forum in california. what's up with that? we go live to san francisco. hi, claudia. >> reporter: good morning, jamie. 4,000 people are attending the national postal forum here in san francisco. 400 are with the u.s. postal service, including the post master general, who will be making a presentation. did over the next four days, executives will be meeting with shippers and those in the direct mail industry. then, everyone gets to have a good time here in san francisco. there is going to be a golf outing, a dinner, a lavish dinner, featuring the foods of fisherman's wharf and chinatown and dancing. the travel, $220,000 in exhibit space and other incidentals will cost the u.s. postal service $2.2 million. the agency received no tax dollars for operating expenses and relies on the sale of postage, products and services to fund its operations. and the usps says it makes more money than it spens because of the networking that happens here. critics point out the post office is a monopoly that shouldn't need to spend millions of dollars to network. they say that given the agency is $16 billi
. and with the money we saved, we took a trip to san francisco. you see, hotwire checks the competitions' rates every day so they can guarantee their low prices. so, where to next? how about there? ♪ h-o-t-w-i-r-e... ♪ with google now, it automatically knows when you need to leave for the airport, how much traffic there is, and can have your boarding pass ready. the droid razr maxx hd by motorola. droid-smart. droid-powerful. >> greta: jimmy fallon replaced jay leno tonight and both are talking. >> i have to talk about rumors that says i'll be moving up to 11:30 or as my parents call it, still too late. rumors are true. nbc is turning tonight show into a diving competition. so it's exciting. >> this is scary. scientists say they're getting closer to be able to do "jurassic park" style cloning of extinct species so there is hope for nbc. it could turn around. >> greta: that is your last call. thank you for being with us tonight. go to good night from washington. pro. good night. >> kimberly: hello, i'm kimberly guilfoyle with bob beckel, eric bolling, dana perino, greg g
's national. >> i think it's national, too, adam, i'm not sure what the situation is in san francisco, but they're a little bit more elitist sometimes than new york city. >> yeah, you know, i'm not sure of my facts here, i don't think we have a wal-mart in san francisco, and i don't think it's a -- it's a labor issue necessarily. this is very similar to our last conversation, i mean, every-- i agree this is not a national issue, people in new york are-- >> and making the choice. >> wal-mart, they're making to make it-- >> let adam finish and it then we'll pile up on him. go ahead, adam. >> i don't think, by the way, that this is particularly fair to wal-mart what is happening in new york city. having said that, i think the opposition to wal-mart is sincere. yes, it brings in the sheer economy scale. >> hold on, adam, when you say it's unfair to wal-mart, we're talking about, what about being unfair to people who live in these neighborhoods? you know the south bronx is the poorest congressional district in america, do you know how many people want a job and love to buy a flat screen tv
of the san francisco 49ers that gays would not be welcome on his team on the 49ers in san francisco of all places. what is the deal with gays and pro football. let's ask the straight and all pro running back, steven jackson joins me. good to see you again. what do you think about this? is there a secret anti-gay bias within the n.f.l.? is this what the teo and all the reverberations reveal? >> i think we're coming into a new generation where things and hot topic items like this come up. you have some players that are young and don't understand the platform they are on in the n.f.l. the one thing about n.f.l. players and coaches, they want the best players on the team and field. if the guy is a homosexual and he a good player, no one thinks about that. only thing people think about is winning. >> geraldo: do you think you have played a gay player? >> i think i have. it's uncomfortable to come out because in the n.f.l. and football itself, it's like an alpha male support. >> geraldo: what about what chris sed with the 49ers? >> it's difficult to come out and say that. he should have put his
yahoo from san francisco you say it is two hours in the car productive time? >> i like richard's he runs an airline and you need people to be on the plane, but the thing is with yahoo, it has a bloated infrastructure, that's what the new ceo inherited and basically she has to save the company. i will give you a quote from a former worker in yoo hoo. i support the no working at home. there is a ton of abuse. there is it a lot of slackers who work at home and not doing the jobs they should have . she's got to fix it. >> but there is it an irony here, yahoo and google and facebook are thinking of denying working at home, their companyings -- companies are part yeah basod a model of work at home. >> i agree with that. and shockingly i agree with what rich had to say. it makes no sense. what i am hearing is that it is all about yoo hoo concerned that people are workog their own start-up projects on yahoo's dime. if she thinks that they are going to stop workog their own project by bringing them insideif they are doing the job it doesn't matter. if they are slacking fire them . bringing them t
. >> i think it's national, too. adam, i'm not sure what the situation is in san francisco, but they are a little more ahead of new york city? >> i'm not sure what the facts. i don't think we have a walmart in strand and i don't think its labor issue necessarily. this is similar to a last conversation. i agree this is not a national issue. people in new york -- walmart. >> they are trying to make a national issue. >> let adam finish. >> i don't think this is particularly fair to walmart what is happening in new york city. having said that the opposition to walmart is sincere. yes, it brings down prices. >> when you say it's unfair to walmart. what about being unfair to people who live in these neighborhoods. poorest congressional district in america. you know how many people would love to be able to love to buy a flat screen tv. are you kidding me? >> if you want a policy debate, you want to tell me how many businesses will go out of business. i'm not saying -- >> last word, gary. >> walmart is is a job creating machine. to stop them from creating more jobs in a city that n
, everybody. adam carolla on deck. shoots it out with the former mayor of san francisco over why minorities in california are not doing that well. carolla is next. >> back of the book segment tonight. rolling with carolla. he does pod cast online radio program. mayor and governor of california gavin newsom on and the discussion turned to why minorities are in trouble. >> think about. >> you don't have the kids. >> half of african-americans in the state of california roughly half latino families have no access to a checking account or an atm. things we take for granted. >> what's wrong with them? >> well, because they don't have the resources to sock those things away. >> i want to know why those two groups don't have access? >> a lot of just happens to be that. >> is it flawed? >> hardly flawed but they are struggling. >> genetics make they flawed. >> absolutely not. >> do asians have. >> a lot of of whites have these problems. >> it's not just black and hispanics? >> no. >> why did you bring up black and hispanics. >> because the magnitude ominous. >> why so many of them. >> just happens t
, i believe, san francisco. he used to watch the railyards. he would watch how the trains work. he hacked in to the san francisco train system and said i have a better way of doing that. they hired him. while he was there, he developed different ways of looking at things, social media, different way of how traffic works. he is such an interesting guy. you know what his next project is? he wants to become mayor of new york city. he thinks new york city, the whole mass transit system is messed up. he can fix it. >> dana: will he let us drink big sodas? i'm for that. >> kimberly: greg, you have a love/hate relationship with twitter. >> greg: it's like our relationship. on one hand it serves a valuable service to give 280,000 lost souls to focus on, picture and tweet of your dog. it's conflict between putting out and taking in. if you want to go public with your thoughts you allow influx in your life you didn't have before. you find yourself looking at it when you should probably be talking to your wife. doing something with humanity. you also realize attention is a narcotic. you can s
for this conference, he was head of the denver office. the conference was put on by the guy who ran the san francisco office. and there were four of these guys who were in charge. one guy, jeffrey neely was forced to retire. two others did not the appeal the firing. and paul prouty, one of the legs he had to stand on because of a conflict he wasn't able to attend. mr. nealy, probably the biggest household name if there is one out of this scandal, lives in california. they tried, gsa tried to fire him. through an arrangement with his lawyer, i don't know the details, he was allowed to he retire which was a pretty sweet deal for him. it means he was able to collect his full pension, and it means he wasn't fired from the government. >> now, we reached out to the folks here at gsa to find out what they had to say about it, they're not happy and issued this statement saying, quote, we are disappointed with the merit system protection board drilling on this personnel matter and exploring all of our available options including appeal. gsa has taken strong actions against the officials we believe were respon
out again. environmentalist gearing up for what could be a massive protest in san francisco when the president, by the way is scheduled to be in town. they don't want him to pass the pipeline and they often get their way. >> capitalists may kill cute animals and emissions threaten all of earth. devastating worldwide climate change is happening. >> amazing. >> celebrities and politicians have solutions. these cool people own electric and hybrid cars. >> the first prous i owned. >> my mayor wants to ban styrofoam cups. >> it's something we can do without. >> now we got to look for what's next? n the name of protecting earth, we have green tyranny. >> neil: i love him. the host of stossel on "fox business" network. it's weird and over the top but it's loud when it gets closest to a deadline. >> it's a role for government. founders didn't think about pollution, they thought about our property and person but there's no market self correction for my air pollution. it goes to your lungs so it's a role for government. thank goodsness for the for the epa which cleaned the air and water bu
underground in 1970, the group planted a pipe bomb at the san francisco police department, one person was killed and also that year the nypd was targeted with dynamite and seven injured that case and three weather men were killed after trying to assembly ied's, the u.s. capitol were hit and 1981, two police officers and a brinks guard killed by an armed robbery orchestrated by the members. sadly this is what they're choosing? i expect nothing else from redford and sarandon. they're supposed to be the heroes who stand for their beliefs, is that how this plays out according to deadline hollywood? >> you know what something that induces nausea and vomiting? well, this trailer is a hollywood manufactured emettic. and robert redford and susan sarandon who glorify those who have blood on their hands? this is blood boiling particularly because the plot of the movie which involves a bank robbery and has rose-colored glasses about these sympathetic weather underground type members, i think, defiles the memory of all of the innocent victims and particularly the three who died in the real life b
in san francisco bay is still very much an icon. rick folbaum has more from our new york city newsroom. rick? >> reporter: well, given its iconic place in history, it's kind of surprising that alcatraz was only an active federal prison for 29 years, but it certainly earned its reputation as the rock as it was called, or devil's island was another nickname. according to prison official, nobody ever successfully escaped from alcatraz, though a lot of people tried. take a look at this old clip from fox movie tone news. >> alcatraz, the federal penalty ri in san francisco bay, or the rock as it's also known the criminal world, stands humiliated today in its boast of maximum security. the victim of the ingenuity of three convicts who mocked its break-proof claims to make good their escape. >> reporter: those inmates are said to have actually gotten away on a raft, though to this day they've never been found. on march 31, 1963, then-attorney general robert kennedy decided to shut down alcatraz. it had simply become too expensive to operate, more than three times what other federal prisons we
in san francisco. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, bill. in this high-tech age house calls are making a big comeback. a growing number of entrepreneurs earning extra income taking their business on the road, in most cases offering competitive prices and convenes. why go to the barber shop, when for about $30 a trim the barber will come to you. >> knowing somebody i'm helping somebody out that can't make it to salon makes me happy. >> reporter: the business is serving clients right where they live and while mobile merchants enjoy lower overhead and greater flexibility. >> not at a fixed location. look at results as they come in week by week and adjust where you get the most business. so the flexibility is really valuable. >> reporter: from pet groomers to mobile gyms, entire industry will come to you. rolling video arcades will entertain gamers right in the driveway. and mobile mechanics will fix your car at your garage, a fixed hourly rate generally lower than their brick-and-mortar counterparts. there are some limitations. >> we don't do everything, obviously. will not rep
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say whatever they want to say. he is a socialist. he is a muslim. he is -- plays for the san francisco 49ers. they can say whatever they want to say. all right? i have to i do my analysis based on fact. >> i do too, bill. i do too to be fair. that's my analysis. i'm not doing that. >> bill: i know. i know. what has changed in my presentation, what has changed, miller, is that this specific thing is so bad, so off the chart and so indefensible, this miss call mess and the way is he handling it that i have to go after him for the good of the nation. >> fair enough, bill. that's your mission statement. i'm saying the moment he became the nominee and said he would, you know, take public funding and he didn't, i was at the liar thing right there. a long time ago. >> bill: you are more% perspicacious than i am miller and you tell me that all the time. >> listen, i don't think like i said i will leave it at i don't believe obamas is as nice as he is rumored to be or as smart as he is rumored to be. and everybody will come to that in their own time. >> bill: talking about smart and nice dennis
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. >> and joining us legal panel in san francisco, former prosecutor michael cardoza and here bernie grimm and ted with his green tie tonight. michael, first to you, do you have any issue about whether or not there might be some sort of inconsistency? the defense is self-defense yet she can't remember anything. >> i do see an inconsistency in that. as i was watching it today, i am telling you, i saw poof, there went the expert on the stand. as brian explained, when he said, oh, gosh, maybe i should have given her another test after i knew she lied, there went his entire credibility and then he got into the problems that he had back in new jersey, i'm telling you, the jury is not going to believe a word this guy says. i can sum him up in two words, when he testified, so what? >> bernie, the idea that you have an expert on the stand and he reaches his expert opinion based on a test he administers, which is a series of questions, then it turns out on cross examination that the-- that there were lies to all of those questions. what in the world, how does the defense lawyer recover from that and what d
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in on california's proposition 8 the proposition to ban same-sex marriage. opponents held a large rally in san francisco but it could effect 39 other states as well. they will argue this is in part a state issue. >> will rights of millions and millions of americans deserve to have the votes respected. >> but there has also been a public shift on gay marriage in recent years. most polls show supporters out number opponents. they consider a federal ban on gay marriage recognition the defense of marriage act. >>> there are a lot of bread and butter rights and privileges that come with marriage which is why there are so many advantages to being married which is why same sex couples are looking for it. >> even though the defense of marriage act they have refused to defend it in court we respect the court's decision on these cases to come down in june. heather? >> doug luzader live for us in washington. thank you. >>> now to other headlines for you this morning. fox news confirmed the u.s. is in fact training syrian fighters. military forces say the training has been going on in jordan for the past
into a tree in san francisco's golden gate park is tiny little door. it's a mystery how it got there, who made it and what purpose it serves, but people, young and old are flocking to that site to catch a glimpse. they have a lot of discovery saying the door is for fairies or a gateway to another land. some passers by have placed candies and notes inside. park service have no plan to remove the door. if your story wasn't picked, we will a post the others on our show web page, and tomorrow, remember, fox news sunday kicks off exclusive easter message from cardinal, and mark kelly gabby
on the streets of san francisco. francis jan joins us now. it is great to have you here. [ applause ] >> earlier francis, you had a lot of trials and tribulations. your mother died in child birth and your stepmother died in a car accident. i think your dad died when you were 12. this is enough to make most people to mate god. it did not cause you to hate god; why not? >> i had an understanding of what jesus taught in the bible. you will have pain on the earth. we live in a fallen world and there is pain and for me i understood he didn't promise me a easy life. he said it would be difficult and because of the fall it is it a world we live in and for me, it caused my to cling more to god. as a kid when your mom and step-mom dies and your dad dies, life is going to be over any second and it is it not about this time on earth. my life end now before the show is over. you start to think that way and go i got to know what this is all about . caused me to search diaper. >> that is it a different gospel. i am not picking anybody out . i often hear preaching that said you turn your life over to jesus, yo
-- mercedes another case a couple of years ago, 2007 or so out of san francisco zoo, where three boys were there, one was killed, two others sued and that wound up settling, but is there any sort of a crackdown now on these facilities who harbored these animals which are inherently dangerous at the top of the food chain and predictable behavior? >> great point, our firm actually represented the san francisco zoo and the partners represented the zoo and frankly, it is that. we have to protect not only the animals, but obviously t the-- what type of training do you give any volunteer that in this particular case the volunteers, but access how large when you have these moats where the cats are, and how many moments do you have? not many. >> megyn: you need to protect the workers and you need to protect the animals. this cat did what lions do. >> exactly. >> here is this facility passed several numerous inspections five times. >> megyn: something went wrong on this day and. thank you so much, we'll be right back.
and direct mail industry and then everybody has a good time in san francisco. golf outing, fancy dinner featuring the foods of fisherman's wharf and documents show the travel, $220,000 in space and others will cost the postal service $2.2 million. the agency received no tax dollars for operating expenses and relies on the sale of postage productsed to fund the operation. they say they make more of the money than they spend here because of the networking that happens. they say they shouldn't be spending millions of dollars to network. given the agency is $16 billion in debt, u.s.g.s. is out of touch. >> we're a nation in austerity. and the postal service is deep in the hole and to see they are having a lavish conference and dance party, it's beyond the pale. >> reporter: in a letter fired off to the postmaster, tom graves of georgia said, spending millions to participate in the conference seems to exhibit extremely poor judgment by the leadership. in fact as they cut services and near, the defense defies logic. it is an expense getting close scrutiny in washington as they hold formal hea
top government administrator with a $423,000 annual salary. the "san francisco chronicle" says the alameda county official's base salary is $301,000. all right. she then receives $24,000 equity to make more than anyone else in the county. $54,000 of long jeflt pay for working there 30 years. annual performance bonus of $24,000. 9,000 for working on a three member land committee. $8300 her carl allowance. here is the kicker. when retirement comes, she still will be receiving more than 400,000 a year. melissa francis with me now, the host of "money". all about your money on the fox business network every night at 5:00. stephen moore, writer for "wall street journal" down with us in washington, d.c.. >> bill, great to be with you. bill: start with the lady. hope that is okay. >> ladies first. bill: is there a way to make sense? >> should have started with steve because there is no way to make sense of this, long jeflt pay? $54,000? can you imagine a reward for being in the job for so long? these are astounding numbers. if you add it up has average lifespan, this is guaranteed for
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. >> flights to major cities like new york, chicago, san francisco and others, could experience delays up to 90 minutes starting tomorrow. everybody here, all the folks cleaning the floors at the capitol. now that congress has left, somebody is going to be vacuuming and cleaning the floors and throwing out the garbage. they're going to have less pay. >> oops. got caught "washington post" gave the commander in chief four pinocchios for those fibs. >> i'm uncomfortable for the press office because when they got the phone call from the capitol that said, well, actually, that's not the case, everybody is fine, that is embarrassing, first of all. the second -- it's pretty bad when the president of the united states is scaring people they're not going to have their jobs. for somebody that is living month-to-month, paycheck to paycheck, that's serious business and then as the employer you have to say, the president is wrong. very weird. >> the sequestration is smoking a pack of cigarettes and saying next year you're only going to smoke a pack of cigarettes and a quarter more. that's what sequestration
-new lincoln mkz. we can afford to take an extra trip this year. first boston... then san francisco. hotwire checks the competitions' rates every day so they can guarantee their low prices. so our hotels were half price. ♪ h-o-t-w-i-r-e... ♪ >>>. >> bret: you are looking live in caracas. the video, there it is live moving. crowds there on the streets in caracas and the death of hugo chavez. 58 years old. succumbed to cancer. died today. we will see what the reaction is. we are getting reaction from the white house as ed henry just report. the big question now is what moves forward in venezuela. currently the vice president, nicholas madu did ro is in charge. there will be a constitutional requirement for an election within 30 days. as you look again live the chanteding on streets of caracas. higo chavez, a charismatic figure in venezuela and announcement was made by his vice president about his death. >> yesterday, from this roster -- zbluibtd see the controversial meeting with president obama in 2009. let's bring in our panel a little earlier. tucker carlson, kirsten powers
to the hospital to be checked out. it appears he is okay. >> san francisco bay bridge lighting up the night sky with the magical sky. 20,000 white led lights lighting the tables it marks the bridge's 7 59 anniversary. the light show debuted last night and will be up for two years. that's your 5@5:30. >> time now to entertain this. it is up to america and you to decide who the country's rising stars will be. american idol top 20 contestants performing this week. first up the ladies. ♪ ♪ ♪ >> tonight the men will sing. the ten finalists will be announced tomorrow. award season is net yet over. mtv announced the movie award nominations last night. silver lining play book had 6. the award show airs on april 14. the 23-year-old insists she is not clingy and desperate girlfriend. she only dated two people since 2010 who went on to defend her music and why the female voice should be celebrated not criticized. >> okay. now it is time for your starting lineup. the top sports stories of the morning. >> it is the second coming or is it the second coming of tim tebow. there is a chance that he could
to my fact finding mission in san francisco. >> i never heard you say happily there are less lines for you. >> well when i am around there are less lines. >> this is the thing that bugs me, matt. aren't they kind of saying the passengers are fending for themselves? >> you have the door that protects the pilot. whatever happens is they are not going to crash the plane. is that it? >> kind of cool. >> in the cockpit it is like love american style. outside the cockpit it is the road warrior. >> since 93 or 707, i get them confused, but since that moment, every time you have taken the plane what have you done? you cased the joint. you see what is going on and you can fan tau size about wrestling that one lady down. >> i was dhoog before 9/11 -- i was doing that before 9/11. >> what are you going to to with a pen knife? >> there are people that are trained to kill people with umbrellas. i have seen this on tv. i think it is weird. >> it was a batman tv show. >> do you think this was a bone to throw to the national pocket knife association so they will back hillary in the election? >> th
of the hook. there is an investigation that could result in criminal charges. in san francisco, claudia cowan fox news. >> one thing most of you need to do before you go to bed. get used to looking at the oud of the white house unless you run for president or get invited to joinn him there. >> as we reported on that hour. i am life tweeting inside of the fox report with a question. would you pay for acess to the people's house to get in there? we'll be right back . hey, our salads. [ bop ] [ bop ] [ bop ] you can do that all you want, i don't like v8 juice. [ male announcer ] how about v8 v-fusion. a full serving of vegetables, a full serving of fruit. but what you taste is the fruit. so even you... could've had a v8. are proven to be effective pain relievers. tylenol works by blocking pain signals to your brain. bayer advanced aspirin blocks pain at the site. try the power of bayer advanced aspirin. schwab bank was built with all e value and convenience tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 investors want. tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 like no atm fees, worldwide. tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 and no nuisance fees. tdd#: 1-80
-trade. investing unleashed. we can afford to take an extra trip this year. first boston... then san francisco. hotwire checks the competitions' rates every day so they can guarantee their low prices. so our hotels were half price. ♪ h-o-t-w-i-r-e... ♪ >> bret: continuing coverage from rome in a bit and live interview with cardinal worrel from rome. in washington no, issue has come to symbolize the fall-out from the recent sequester cut like the white house tours. president obama now says he is trying to get some reinstated. the president is changing his tune and changing his story. >> the fall-out over white house tours continues after president obama mixed up who shut them down. in an interview with abc news' george stephanopoulos. >> i have to say this is not a decision that went up to the white house. >> that contradicts what spokesman jay carney told reporter last week about the back and forth between the secret service and the white house. >> to allow the secret service to best fulfill its core mission the white house made a decision we would unfortunately have to tempora
kimberly guilfoyle who was assistant district attorney in san francisco. kimberly, if you had your role as a district attorney still going on this case came before you, would you you prosecute is in the same way? >> i would. i think this is a creative prosecution. these are the types of cases could be tough to get a defendant on. this is someone that they really truly believe is a menace to society, is dangerous and should be put away. the key is how do you go about doing it lawfully. what laws has the man broken. the defense will say this was a thought crime. you you can't prosecute someone for their thoughts he didn't act it out. the law you does not allow someone to sit there and fanta advertise aboufantasize about n commit the act and then prosecute them. the whole idea is to get them before they commit the crime. they prosecuted him under a conspiracy theory which means two or more people get together and talk about an idea and there is an over the act. a step taken towards completing it. here conspiracy it kidnap. he had specific target victims including his wife. one woman in par
better. (blowing sou) ask your doctor about spiriva. >> 24 minutes past the hour. a federal judge in san francisco ruled that thousands of fbi secretive requests for customer information are up constitutional. the fbi sends the so-called national security letters to banks and phone companies and other businesses demanding customer information. the fbi sends those letters without any judicial review, and the recipients of the letters are banned from making them public. so it's a huge secretive proposition. friday last week the judge ruled the government has failed to show the letters and the blanket nondisclosure policy, quote, serve the compelling needs of national security. the judge also ruled the gag order violates the first amendment. judge napolitano is with us. this goes to the fundamentals of something we talk about around here all the time. what of your private information is -- should be available to everyone? >> yes. after 9/11, the congress enacted, and then president bush sign into law, the patriot act, and among many other changes to the law it authorized fbi agents, on thei
named man freony who did the assumption' saint cathedral in san francisco, among other things. he has released his code of arms which is very similar to the one he had as archbishop of buenas aries. we know a significant guest at this inauguration tomorrow, will be the patriotic of -- first time orthodox patriotic has been at papal installation since 1854 when the schism happened. >> well, amy kellogg live early this tuesday morning in rome. we will be up early in the morning for coverage of the pope's inauguration. it will start here just before 4:30 a.m. eastern time. so 1:30 a.m. on the west coast. i will be here with you in the coffee pot allows right here on fox news channel. two prison inmates make their escape with a hijacked helicopter. next, how in the world they got that to happen. how far they got away. and how the law caught them. two one two. rify and lock. command is locked. five seconds. three, two, one. standing by for capture. the most innovative software on the planet... dragon is captured. is connecting today's leading companies to places beyond it. siemens. answers
's department. that would be tough. >> you can eat lunch naked in san francisco at a restaurant. >> i divorced the whole town, remember? >> bill: we did a story last night on this jodi arias, okay? >> right. >> bill: the lawyer that we interviewed in phoenix says that she is guilty. she thinks she has been in a courtroom. this woman has been bloviating for an enormous amount of time on the stand. nothing makes any sense. do you guys concur that this is -- >> -- she is guilty. >> bill: you think she is guilty? >> beyond a reasonable doubt. >> she admitted to doing it. >> she said it was self-defense. >> self-defense. i don't think the jury gog believe that all the weeks that she testified and all the questions she got from the jury showed that the jury,. >> self-defense. >> so you both agree that what she is putting out there as a defense is bogus and you both think she is guilty. here is the question. the state of arizona going to execute her? >> right. there is four women, to be the fourth woman put on death row if they find her guilty in the penalty phase. i think there is a chance they dual
across san francisco and higher snow in washington northern cascades. patti ann another storm impacting parts of texas and louisiana with heavy thunderstorms this morning. >> oh, boy. maria molina. thanks. >> thanks. we are less than an hour away from president obama's arrival in israel for a long-awaited visit. he hasn't been there since 2008 when he was running for president. leland vitter is live in jerusalem with the latest. good morning. >> good morning patty ann a beautiful day for the president to arrive. he is going to head to jerusalem and the west bank. he has his work cut out for him. maybe head to go a friendly country. not a lot of love lost between the israel lie prime minister and president obama to hz a notoriously icy even fridge i had relationship. after the smiles and photo opes will be the conversation of iran, iran, iran. they will try to express some kind of promise where they won't allow iran to get nuclear weapons. he will try to push the israeli as little bit on the issue of the palestinian peace process which will all but end. palestinians aren't very excited a
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